Friday, January 25, 2008

N.Y. budget cuts $9 million from Long Island special education

Long Island school districts may need to pay for more special-education services from local funds after the governor proposed a budget that cuts state-funded transportation, home care and other services. State Sen. John Flanagan said the budget would shut down programs in some districts if passed. NBC4/NewsChannel 4 (New York)

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